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Using Med-Arb in Condo Disputes

Colm Brannigan
Publication date:
October 12, 2018
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the concept of using a hybrid dispute resolution process called "med-arb" in condominium disputes. Med-arb combines mediation and arbitration, where an impartial third party first attempts to mediate a settlement between the parties, and if mediation fails, the same person acts as an arbitrator and makes a binding decision. The author highlights the potential benefits of using med-arb in condominium disputes, especially in resolving difficult issues related to shared facilities. A case study based on an actual condominium dispute demonstrates the successful use of med-arb, resulting in a cost-effective and fair resolution.


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Source Citation: 
Colm Brannigan
Using Med-Arb in Condo Disputes
October 12, 2018
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